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Posted 2011-10-06 13:56 (#86281 - in reply to #86256)
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Lutz Szemkus - 2011-10-05 04:18

http://www.lrt.lt/vunderkindai.php

I am wondering how this word found its way into the neo-Lithuanian language. It is derived from the German "Wunderkinder" = child prodigies.

It is not in the Prussian-Lithuanian dictionaries. When was it borrowed from German and how did it escape Jablonkis' linguistic cleansings?
Is there a singular form? 

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